So when or are you going to make any that you will sale?Hello all!
Been gone for a while, but I've been busy. Long story short, I'm still neck deep into everything M134.
So in my quest for perfect replicas I have made great strides. I started with picking up a 3D printer then going on a several years long quest to find the best files out there to make the most accurate M134 replica I can.
So I'll start with some pictures. This is a Dillon Aero style m134 that I completely 3d printed and painted. Those of you who may not know, 3d printed parts aren't just ready to go off the printer. They require tons of sanding and filling to get smooth surfaces. All of this has been painted and clear coated and I used real hardware and pins to attache all the parts.
My girlfriend is a graphic artist and she recreated the data plates which I then attached to thin plastic sheet and attached.